The 2019

Patriots Season. 

Pats Week Two. Part V.

Every Little T'ing

Is Gonna Be


Part V. 


It is amazing how every year the whining gets overwhelming in September. I mean, it's only been a month. And now we are facing the worst run Franchise in the NFL. They are a team in constant chaos. Their owner is a lunatic who has no idea what he is doing, and screws up everything he touches, much like Trump. It gets worse and worse every time the wacky owner forces another destructive order. 

Meanwhile the Patriots are the best run Franchise in the NFL. Though it looks like the Patriarch is no longer making the decisions. It appears there was a palace coup. So thing will start to decline in the Franchise. Though some would say it has started already. I say the Pats start slow and want to peak in December, January, and especially February. 

Every year the Pats take a couple months to get everything together. They are always better in October than September. And they're always better in November than October. Which is kind-ah scary. Each month the whole team improves as the players learn their assignments and have to think less and less. It is gleeful to imagine that they are going to look like in December...

They have hitches and road bumps, and usually lose a game or two. When they have a road bump like in Buffalo that isn't a loss... it is tough to not see them getting the magnificent seventh. 

And what to you think the defense is going to look like after giving up 10-points to the blow hard Bills. Does anybody think the Redskins' Defense is going to score a point this week. I don't, and I sure as hell know there offense ain't gonna. Though Colt McCoy has given them trouble in the past. 

Meanwhile, the Redskins might be average in pass defense, but they are statically at the bottom in all other categories. "They turn the ball over a lot. I mean, they’re pretty good on every level of the defense. D-line has some veteran guys like Kerrigan, and the secondary is really good and the linebackers [are like totally awesome dude]," White said. "For us, it’s about protecting the football. They’re going to challenge us: man coverage, zone coverage, whatever they want to go out there and do. It’ll be a good week for us to go out there and try to play a four-quarter football game, start fast and keep the foot on the pedal for four quarters." Oh, did I mention that Brady is pissed. 

When he has a bad game, he gets pissed and is great the next week. And while the O-line ain't great, they will be better each week they play together. They should be better this week as a unit. Newhouse played well last week. Also Edelman has had another week to heal his bruised chest, and Gordon his jammed finger. Which if he was a true Massachusian, it would his middle finger. 

It is impossible not to be overconfident in this game. That is the only chance the 'Skins have. If the Patriots just come out and play smart, confident and respect the tragic Redskins just a little, they should climb onto top fast and slide home easy. If they goof around and disrespect the Redskins, it could turn into an ugly slog that we don't need to see again this week. I say the Pats maintain discipline and crush Washington. 

Be A Citizen! Not a Subject! 

Fascist is as Fascist does. Beware American. President Fredo is pulling the cowardly republican Senate closer and closer to the cliff.

Amendment I. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances:


The 1st Amendment to the Constitution is the greatest paragraph ever written by mankind. It is the truest diagram of how to ensure a free Country of citizens survives. But is is also a list of what to attack when you want to be a fascist dictator. President Jerkballs is attacking every article in the 1st Amendment. Beware subjects, or you will be subjugated:






WASHINGTON — "A second intelligence official who was alarmed by President Trump’s dealings with Ukraine is weighing whether to file his own formal whistle-blower complaint and testify to Congress, according to two people briefed on the matter.


The official has more direct information about the events than the first whistle-blower, whose complaint that Mr. Trump was using his power to get Ukraine to investigate his political rivals touched off an impeachment inquiry. The second official is among those interviewed by the intelligence community inspector general to corroborate the allegations of the original whistle-blower, one of the people said.

The inspector general, Michael Atkinson, briefed lawmakers privately on Friday about how he substantiated the whistle-blower’s account. It was not clear whether he told lawmakers that the second official was considering filing a complaint.

A new complaint, particularly from someone closer to the events, would potentially add further credibility to the account of the first whistle-blower, a C.I.A. officer who was detailed to the National Security Council at one point. He said that he relied on information from more than a half-dozen American officials to compile his allegations about Mr. Trump’s campaign to solicit foreign election interference that could benefit him politically."












"A second whistleblower is now considering filing a complaint about President Donald Trump’s conduct regarding Ukraine, the New York Times reported Friday.


This whistleblower has “more direct information about the events than the first whistle-blower,” according to the Times. It’s a claim that, if true, could bolster the credibility of the initial complaint that triggered the Democrats’ impeachment inquiry into whether Trump solicited election interference from Ukraine.


The first whistleblower’s complaint, which was released in redacted form to the public in late September, alleged that on a July 25 phone call Trump pressured Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to push for investigations into potential 2020 rival Joe Biden.


One of Trump’s lines of attack against the first whistleblower’s complaint is that it is predicated upon secondhand knowledge. (That argument is only partially accurate: the whistleblower did rely on information from several other officials to compile information in his complaint, but he also did have at least some “direct knowledge of certain alleged conduct,” according to the office of the inspector general for the intelligence community.) If the second whistleblower has more firsthand information, it would make allegations of misconduct stronger still.

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"That original seven-page complaint alleged that Trump pushed a foreign power to investigate his political rival, Joe Biden, and Biden's son, Hunter, and that unnamed senior White House officials then tried to "lock down" all records of the phone call.

"This set of actions underscored to me that White House officials understood the gravity of what had transpired in the call," the first whistleblower stated, in a complaint filed Aug. 12.

Zaid says both officials have full protection of the law intended to protect whistleblowers from being fired in retaliation. While this second official has spoken with the IG -- the internal watchdog office created to handle complaints -- this person has not communicated yet with the congressional committees conducting the investigation.

The New York Times on Friday cited anonymous sources in reporting that a second intelligence official was weighing whether to file his own former complaint and testify to Congress. Zaid says he does not know if the second whistleblower he represents is the person identified in the Times report.

According to the first whistleblower, more than a half a dozen U.S. officials have information relevant to the investigation -- suggesting the probe could widen even further.

(MORE: Biden fires back at Trump on Ukraine: 'He is the definition of corruption')

A transcript released by the White House of Trump's July 25 call with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskiy showed Trump asking a "favor" of the foreign leader and pushing him to launch an investigation into the Biden family. Hunter Biden was on the board of a Ukraine energy company while his father Vice President Biden led policy on Ukraine during the Obama administration, leading some to question whether there was a conflict of interest or impropriety.

"There's a lot of talk about Biden's son," Trump told Zelenskiy at one point, offering the assistance of his attorney general. He later adds "a lot of people want to find out about that so whatever you can do with the attorney general would be great." "



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